Passengers coming to Doha International hop on a shuttle bus with their arrival terminal. To find yourself in Qatar Airways’ first- and business-class lounge, they need to have a particular purple ticket. The true highlight was the meals: there have been three individual buffets and a bar area. The “Oriental brasserie” experienced a sushi platter, not something you’d normally expect to see in an airport lounge. There have been also a huge amount of salads, with Middle Eastern or Asian affects mainly. Chefs and kitchen staff constantly replenished the dishes, ensuring none were empty or sat for too long. Another, freestanding salad bar with a great deal of premade salads was nearby.
On the other aspect of the area was the continental hot buffet, having a beef seafood and stew curry. WHILE I sat to consume down, a waitress emerged and got my drink order over. Rather than plastic and paper, I ate off a ceramic plate with real silverware, and used a linen napkin. The bar selection was impressive.
There were also refrigerators filled with drinking water and soft drinks across the lounge. And a great deal of desserts. There have been baked goods almost everywhere. Some were pretty fancy. There wasn’t a lot to do in the terminal apart from eat and relax, so it was nice to have some variety. There have been even little bags of dried fruit and nut products to defend myself against the airplane, even though there would be tons more food once … Read the rest